Information about the 2016 High School Institute at the Midwest Clinic will be posted when the Midwest Clinic releases its schedule for the coming year.

See below for last year's information:

The 4th Annual High School Institute at The Midwest Clinic is a one-day program held on Thursday, December 17 that is designed for high school students who would like to pursue a career in instrumental music education.

Here are some of the highlights for the 2015 High School Institute:

Leadership work with Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser

Time to explore the exhibit hall

Specific sessions for FUTURE MUSIC EDUCATORS

Conversations with college students about college auditions, applications, practicing, etc.

Lunch

Other surprises!

Testimonals from past HSI participants:

"One of the most enriching experiences of my entire life. I feel like this is what I’ve been waiting for my whole life. The community and experiences that I encountered today not only reaffirmed my wish to educate, but made me wish to be nothing less than the best teacher and inspiration I can be."
- Kiersten R.

"Today I realized just how big of an impact my music educators have had on me. Personally it makes me happy to think about, and I would love to have the same impact on someone. Thanks!"
- Luke V.

"This was my 2nd year and everything that Dr. Tim has said the past 2 years has really changed not only who I am and my goals, but who I aspire to be tomorrow and for the future. Thanks high school institute, you totally changed my life."
-Amanda P.

"A lot of the clinics and exhibits here were phenomenal. I think it helped me understand more of what being a leader is. I feel more confident in myself after this experience."
- Sara M.

"Today I saw and was a part of one of the greatest experiences I possibly could ever have. It allowed for me to take a deep look at myself and realize just how much better I could be."
- Tyler W.

 

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